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2020 Naish Jet Foil - reviews & weight

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Created by Rastaman3030 2 months ago, 14 Mar 2020
Rastaman3030
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14 Mar 2020 11:52AM
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Im interested in upgrading my current foil setup to a lighter and higher quality foil for Winging. Can someone with a 2020 Naish Jet Foil weigh the whole assembly and report back? I'm particularly interested in the complete foil weight with the 2000 front wing. For reference, my current Gong foil with XXL Pro weighs 5.8kg. I've heard the Axis foil with 102 weighs in at 4.9kg.

Does anyone have feedback or experience with the 2020 Jet foils? I've narrowed it down to either Naish or Axis for my next foil, people seem to love Axis for winging, but the abracadabra mount sure looks nice!

winddoc
NSW, 24 posts
14 Mar 2020 3:52PM
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Naish 2020 2000 front and 450 rear with standard fuselage weight just under 4 kg
up graded mine from the 1650 front now foil super easy on 5 meter wing at 15 knot

Rastaman3030
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14 Mar 2020 1:34PM
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winddoc said..
Naish 2020 2000 front and 450 rear with standard fuselage weight just under 4 kg
up graded mine from the 1650 front now foil super easy on 5 meter wing at 15 knot


Thanks for the reply and info. Does that weight include the mast and mast plate? If so, that is really light!

DavidJohn
VIC, 16275 posts
14 Mar 2020 5:35PM
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I'm very happy with my Naish Jet foil set up.. and the adracadabra set up is awesome..
Especially for those long walks from your car to the beach.. or when carrying the whole thing through narrow pathways or steps.
The weight is not really an issue once in the water and foiling.. Those weights quoted above might change with different mast lengths.
I'd rather slightly heavier and strong than light weight and easily damaged.. The Naish stuff is pretty bomb proof..

winddoc
NSW, 24 posts
14 Mar 2020 8:28PM
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Ditto what David said.
Weight is without mast as it varies.
I use either 650 or 750 mast. Foiling performance the same.

hilly
WA, 5260 posts
14 Mar 2020 6:13PM
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winddoc said..
Naish 2020 2000 front and 450 rear with standard fuselage weight just under 4 kg
up graded mine from the 1650 front now foil super easy on 5 meter wing at 15 knot


Ha ha without mast Armstrong is 3kg with mast. Sorry off topic

BurleighFoil
QLD, 5 posts
24 May 2020 8:12PM
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Rastaman3030 said..

winddoc said..
Naish 2020 2000 front and 450 rear with standard fuselage weight just under 4 kg
up graded mine from the 1650 front now foil super easy on 5 meter wing at 15 knot



Thanks for the reply and info. Does that weight include the mast and mast plate? If so, that is really light!


i have the 2020 Jet 1250 and with mast, wings etc it is 6.8 kg, very heavy. Aluminium mast adds to the weight significantly. The Abracadabra system is good and it was one of the reasons i looked at a Naish before i knew any better. I wish i had better advice at the start. Too heavy, too slow, good beginner and learning foil but once you are competent, time to move on.



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